Gordon Brown has accused David Cameron of risking the unity of Great Britain by “retreating to become the party of English nationalism” and wrongly accusing Labour of plotting a deal with the Scottish National party.
An IFS study of the manifestos of four parties suggests that voters do not have a complete picture of each parties’ economic plans.
Political reform is not the most exciting topic but this year a range of parties are promising big change in the way our parliament is run and elected.
Attempting to predict the UK’s most unpredictable election in decades.
“Woad to recovery!” joshed Boris Johnson as he got stuck into blue handpainting with David Cameron during a visit to a nursery.
Nigel Farage has said he would prefer immigrants from India and Australia to eastern Europeans, despite previously claiming his party would not want to discriminate against new arrivals by nationality.
David Cameron was unable to specify what the living wage is when he was questioned by young people as part of a Radio 1 interview.
Polling over the past few weeks has indicated that Scotland’s turnout rate in the election will be higher than the rest of the UK’s.
The Liberal Democrats would end public sector pay cuts if they are returned to government, guaranteeing that salaries rise by at least inflation, Nick Clegg will say on Wednesday.
Harriet Harman has written to Ofcom to complain that male politicians are being allowed to dominate the EU referendum debate on the airwaves.
Labour’s “metropolitan squeamishness” meant it struggled to relate to English working-class voters in the run-up to last year’s general election, and its campaigners were like middle-class Ryanair passengers “having to stomach a couple of hours’ flight with people they shared little in common with”, former candidates argue in a new book.